Web Content Guest Content Submission
We invite content submissions from professionals in the Counselling/Psychotherapy Community to create a guest post. Content submission can take the form of appropriate Articles; Papers; Dissertations, details of a special project or news items; an interview or personal experience. Content needs to be relevant to the content and to the counselling community and is pursuant to the terms below.
Guest Content Submission Detail
The information and views set out in these [reports/studies/articles/publicationsâ€¦] are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Association for Counselling. Neither the European Association for Counselling nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the content submissions, products or services contained therein.
- An original paper, typed, double-spaced and in 12-point font Arial (western).
- The European Association for Counsellors (EAC) management is solely responsible for any published content on the EAC website
- Any content submission written on behalf of the EAC must have intellectual property rights and EAC has copyright to all content that is original to the EAC which fits the content model and is published on this site or elsewhere
- The editorial team reserve the right at their sole discretion to decline publication at their discretion or may edit any content submission; they will explain to the author of the content by email if there is a question or clarification required.
- The editorial panel may invite the author to write a content submission with different content
- Submission means that EAC has the right to publish that content submission without limitation; all information submitted is secure.
- The editorial team will communicate (normally by email) with any author, as necessary, at each stage of publication of any content submission up to full publication when displayed to the public
- All copyrights will be shown at time of publication together with links to the site of the content creator
- Any content submission that has violations (such as plagiarism) and as such violates the terms and conditions of this website will be returned to the author
- The name of the author(s), job title, postal and email address must be provided
- Page numbers and word count must be entered with the content submission
- Provide references listed in alphabetical order in a separate reference section at the end of the contributed material.
- Harvard reference system required, see following examples:
Creswell, J. W. (1998) Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among Five Traditions. California USA: Sage
McLeod, J. (2001) Qualitative Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: Sage
Parlett, M. (2000) Creative Adjustment and the Global Field. In: British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1
Orlinsky, D. E., Grawe, K. & Parks, B. K. (1994) Process and outcome in psychotherapy Noch Einmal. In Hougaard, E. (1996) Psykoterapi teori og forskning. KÃ¸benhavn: Dansk psykologisk forlag
- Include any illustrations, tables, diagrams or figures or graphics (please send in .jpg or .gif format) separate from the content but indicate where in the text they are to be placed
- All contributed material must be sent in electronic format (pc compatible email attachment). Hard copy may be sent by post. Email delivery is preferred where possible.
- Authors are responsible for obtaining permission from the copyright owner if they include an illustration or lengthy word count (+ 100 words) that has been published elsewhere. Authors should include both the publisher and author of such material, requesting non-exclusive world rights in all languages for use in the article/paper and future editions of it
Guest Content Submission Policies Please Read Before Submitting:
- We are looking to creating content that is thoughtful substantial information and with ideas that are easy to understand, that is including but not limited to the content of the EAC site generally. Please bear in mind our readers` health & lifestyles interests offering them clear benefits from reading your content.
- Please bear in mind that we are looking to creating content of relevant information set by the theme of the EAC site. You may include a link to your own business site but we would appreciate not too much self-promotion in the content; the EAC reserves the right to decline submissions that contain unreasonable amounts of self-promotion. We suggest you include a brief Bio that will be used when we publish your content which can contain a hyperlink to the site of the submitting author.
- Please check your content submission for good English although we reserve the right to edit the content submission for length and clarity without altering content. At all times you will be advised of any action taken before publication
- We also reserve the right to check your content for search engine optimisation using latent semantic indexing (LSI) making slight changes if required without altering the substance of the content
- As stated above we do allow two unpaid promotional links for the author per work submitted, one link in the body of the content and one in the Bio of the author. List offline references in text or in standard reference format at the bottom of the page, with reference numbers inserted into the document.
- We do not accept content written with third-party sponsored or marketing links, whose sole purpose is to promote the organisation paying for the category links.
- Please supply 3-5 keywords/keyword phrases which are used in your content to attract visitors from the search engines.
- The length of information you create should be more than 500 words and less than 1500 words unless it is a dissertation or professional paper
- We do not accept work which may be offensive to our readers, nor do we accept derivative or content that breaches copyright. We do not imagine this to be a problem for our contributors
Guest Content Copyright
In return for the European Association for Counselling publishing any paper on the website an author(s) agrees the following:
- Original work must be sent with a creative commons license attached to cover Free to use, share or modify, even commercially, the article may be published in whole or part and on its own or in combination with other articles
- the editor(s) have the right to edit the text and/or alter the format to comply with the website/newsletter house-style
- the article is original and/or does not infringe any existing copyright
- other than the production of a copy(s) of the article for personal use the author shall not place the paper/article for publication with any other publisher until six months after the date of publication in the on the EAC Website and or Newsletter.
Length of content
Content shall be in the range of 500 to 5,500 words (inc references) and may include:
- research into counselling/psychotherapy practice
- papers exploring the philosophical and theoretical aspects of counselling/psychotherapy research
- research into the application of counselling/psychotherapy across the range of mental health and social work professions
- research-based case studies
- research in all dimensions of counselling/psychotherapy practice including the body, the intrapsychic, interpersonal, cultural, ecological and transpersonal research into the ethical and moral aspects of counselling/psychotherapy practice
Guest Content Contact Detail
Correspondence and papers for submission to the Editorial Team should be sent, in the first instance, to Webmaster, 23 Cranwell Court, Newcastle upon Tyne, England NE3 2UX or email
Your content will be sent to our editor for consideration, it may be passed to a member of our editorial panel before acceptance; should they have any questions they will contact you directly and then tell you when your valued contribution has been accepted for publication